Orthopedic Surgeon Fort Mill SC


Orthopaedic Services & Procedures

Dr. Feltham considers himself a joint preservationist, and thus limits his practice to preventing the need for partial or total joint replacement and does not perform any joint replacement surgeries. Baker’s Cysts and peri meniscal cysts are also operated on by arthroscopic and open techniques. Dr. Feltham performs all ligament, meniscal and tendon surgeries around the knee and shoulder as well as most fracture repairs around the ankle, knee, shoulder, and elbow. 

A detailed list of services are below: 


  • Arthroscopy
  • minimally invasive procedures for
    • partial and complete rotator cuff tear
    • calcific tendonitis
    • impingement and bone spurs
    • anterior, posterior and multidirectional shoulder instability
    • shoulder dislocation
    • labral tears and SLAP tears
    • biceps tendon disease with both tenotomy and tenodesis
    • open pectoralis major repair
    • distal biceps tendon repair
    • shoulder separation at the AC joint

**Frozen shoulder, also called adhesive capsulitis may also require surgical intervention.


  • Arthroscopy
    • capitulum OCD, impingement
    • loose bodies
    • bone spurs
  • Open procedures
    • distal bicep tendon repair
    • triceps tendon repair
    • UCL or MCL repair or reconstruction
    • treatment of elbow dislocation
    • tennis elbow repair


  • Arthroscopy
    • impingement
    • bone spurs
    • talar dome lesions
    • loose bodies
  • ligament repair
    • ankle sprains
    • fixation of navicular
    • metatarsal fractures (Jones fracture)
    • severe turf toe and sesamoid injuries


  • ACL Repair
  • ACL reconstruction
  • Revision ACL reconstruction,
  • PCL reconstruction
  • MCL repair/reconstruction
  • Medial patella-femoral ligament repair/reconstruction
  • patellar and quadriceps tendon repair
  • Meniscal repair
  • Partial Meniscectomy
  • Root repair
  • Reshaping for discoid meniscus
  • Articular cartilage restorative procedures:
    • microfracture
    • OATS (Osteochondral Allograft Transplantation Surgery)
    • cadaver OATS
    • autologous cell implantation (ACI)
    • allograft tissue implantation

**Knee cap disorders (patello-femoral) are managed through a variety of techniques including an MPFL reconstruction, and distal realignment with a tibial tubercle osteotomy, often called a Fulkerson osteotomy.


  • Arthroscopy
    • Labral tears
    • Correction of femoral acetabular impingement
    • Removal of loose bodies
    • Microfracture of cartilage damage 


Dr. Feltham has special training in pediatric sports medicine and utilizes special techniques needed to safely perform ligament reconstruction and repair in pediatrics. 

  • Fixation of tibial spine fractures
  • Tibial tubercle fractures
  • Osteochondritis dissecans (OCD) fractures
  • Lesions